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Old North Church & Historic Site

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300 Years of History. 2 Lanterns. 1 Revolution. Hear the story of Paul Revere’s ride and discover the church where the two famous signal lanterns were hung, launching the American Revolution! Go behind the scenes and tour the bell ringing chamber...more
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193 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113-1123
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The walk with a park ranger would be a wonderful way to see and learn. But if you are on your own, there is a senior discount. I also picked up a $2 off coupon which worked. The visit to church included the Dough house...More

Thank Patti Beth A
Reviewed yesterday

Picturesque church. Knowledgeable guide inside the church. Lovely modern memorial to our war dead. Chocolate demonstration & samples a must. Recitation of the Midnight Ride poem, by "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow." The statue of Revere on his horse opposite the back of the church is not...More

Thank Christi M
Reviewed 2 days ago

I paid extra to take the trip up the steeple. DO IT! Please sit in a box and listen to the docent because there are several interesting facts. Please be respectful as it is a church. Ask questions and listen to the answers. Do not...More

Thank Rammgm
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Love the history of Boston and this is no exception. Definitely take an Uber here, streets are so narrow and parking is nonexistent. The church is great.

1  Thank squashman24
Reviewed 3 days ago

Even if you aren't a history buff, I think you will enjoy this I like history but my friend doesn't. After we left, she even said she enjoyed it. It doesn't take long, but, it is definitely worth it.

1  Thank Sanndy100
Reviewed 4 days ago

We absolutely LOVED seeing these historical sites. Beware: There is some construction around the Paul Revere Statue which makes it hard to get a really good view of the statue!

1  Thank Vicki A
Reviewed 4 days ago

We did not do the guided tour which lets you go up part way into the steeple but instead did the self guided tour. That did include a presentation which was very interesting. The way the pews are set gives you insight as to to...More

1  Thank Tom W
Reviewed 6 days ago

We sat in a box as did the original members of the church and enjoyed the presentation by the woman who gave the history of Revere's ride and what happened that night. The angels upstairs with the organ gave an added flair to the sharing...More

1  Thank Petteri L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I can't speak to the normal tour, but the behind the scenes was pretty good. It was very interesting and was especially cool seeing the crypt below the church. The tour covered information about the church itself, but it is historic because of how the...More

1  Thank TD363
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This site offers so much more than I anticipated. Of course the inside of the church is interesting to see. Except when they are holding services, you can walk around inside the building, and there are guides on hand to answer questions. We paid $2...More

1  Thank Lori T
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Hayley1607
27 July 2017|
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Response from Michael N | Reviewed this property |
The Freedom Trail is 2.5 miles and if you stop at each of the historic sites to see them it takes 5-6 hours. The Old North Church can be seen in a self guided tour in 15-20 minutes. They do have a guided crypt and bell... More
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aja222
2 September 2016|
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Response from Greg C | Reviewed this property |
I think you answered your own question. I fully agree.
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TouristTrap9597
16 May 2015|
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Response from indonesianprincess13 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, after regular Sunday services.
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